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abstineo, abstines, abstinere E, abstinui, abstentum Verb keep away
adversus/adversa/adversum, AO Adjective opposite, adverse
adversus Adverb opposite, against, in opposite direction, in...
aestas, aestatis [f.] C Noun summer
amabilis/amabile, amabilis M Adjective worthy to be loved, lovable, amiable,...
amator, amatoris [m.] C Noun lover, friend, devotee, enthusiastic...
ambo Other both
amicitia, amicitiae [f.] A Noun friendship
amoenus/amoena/amoenum, AO Adjective beautiful, attractive, pleasant, agreeable,...
ardor, ardoris [m.] C Noun fire, flame, heat, brightness, flash, gleam or...
avis, avis [f.] M Noun bird, sign, omen, portent
basio, basias, basiare A, basiavi, basiatum Verb kiss, give a kiss
basium, basii [n.] O Noun kiss
bonum, boni [n.] O Noun good, good thing, profit, advantage, goods...
castus/casta/castum, AO Adjective pure, moral, chaste, virtuous, pious, sacred,...
cedo, cedis, cedere C, cessi, cessum Verb run, go, pass (from/away), withdraw, retire....
celeber/celebris/celebre, celebris M Adjective famous, celebrated, renowned, honored,...
cerno, cernis, cernere C, crevi, cretum Verb distinguish, discern, perceive
decet/decere/decuit, decis M Adjective be proper
domina, dominae [f.] A Noun mistress, lady
etsi Conjunction even, though, although
fas n Noun Divine law, Right, Obligation
ferus/fera/ferum, AO Adjective wild, savage, uncivilized, untamed, fierce
firmo, firmas, firmare A, firmavi, firmatum Verb strengthen, harden, support, declare, prove,...
flos, floris [m.] C Noun flower, blossom, youthful prime
flugeo, fluges, flugere E, flusi, - Verb not yet translated :(
foris, foris [f.] M Noun door, gate, (the two leaves of) a folding door...
formosus/formosa/formosum, AO Adjective beautiful, finely formed, handsome, fair,...
frequens, frequentis M Adjective crowded, numerous, full, frequented, populous,...
frigus, frigoris [n.] C Noun cold, cold weather, winter, frost
gratus/grata/gratum, AO Adjective pleasing, acceptable, agreeable, welcome,...
horribilis/horribile, horribilis M Adjective awful, horrible, terrible, monstrous, rough
illic Adverb in that place, there, over there
incito, incitas, incitare A, incitavi, incitatum Verb enrage, urge on, inspire, arouse
iucundus/iucunda/iucundum, AO Adjective pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing
laetus/laeta/laetum, AO Adjective happy, cheerful
litus, litoris [n.] C Noun coast, shore
ludo, ludis, ludere C, lusi, lusum Verb trick
mensa, mensae [f.] A Noun table, dining, dish, course
milito, militas, militare A, militavi, militatum Verb serve as soldier, perform military service,...
nata, natae [f.] A Noun daughter
natus, nati [m.] O Noun son, child, children (pl.)
nemus, nemoris [n.] C Noun wood, forest
numen, numinis [n.] C Noun divine will, divinity, god
numero, numeras, numerare A, numeravi, numeratum Verb count, add up, reckon/compute, consider,...
occido, occidis, occidere C, occidi, occasum Verb fall down, die, set
opto, optas, optare A, optavi, optatum Verb choose, select, wish, wish for, desire
orbis, orbis [m.] M Noun circle, territory/region, sphere, [orbis...
pecus, pecudis [f.] C Noun sheep, animal
perdo, perdis, perdere C, perdidi, perditum Verb ruin, destroy, lose, waste
pratum, prati [n.] O Noun meadow, meadowland, meadow grass/crop, broad...
pudor, pudoris [m.] C Noun decency, shame, sense of honor, modesty, bashfulness
quare Adverb in what way? how? by which means, whereby,...
quot Particle how many?
reperio, reperis, reperire I, repperi, repertum Verb find, discover, learn, get
ruo, ruis, ruere C, rui, rutum Verb destroy, ruin, overthrow, rush on, run, fall,...
saevus/saeva/saevum, AO Adjective savage, fierce, ferocious, violent, wild,...
semel Adverb once
serus/sera/serum, AO Adjective late, too late, slow, tardy, after the...
seu Conjunction or if, or, [sive ... sive => whether ... or,...
sive Conjunction or if, or, [sive ... sive => whether ... or]
spons, spontis [f.] M Noun free will
supplex, supplicis [m.] C Noun suppliant
tego, tegis, tegere C, texi, tectum Verb cover
tener/tenera/tenerum, AO Adjective tender (age/food), soft/delicate/gentle,...
tenuis/tenue, tenuis M Adjective thin, fine, delicate, slight, slender, little,...
tot Adverb so many
turba, turbae [f.] A Noun uproar, disturbance, mob, crowd, multitude
vesper, vesperis [m.] C Noun evening
vito, vitas, vitare A, vitavi, vitatum Verb avoid, shun
votum, voti [n.] O Noun vow, pledge, religious undertaking/promise,...
vulgus, vulgi [m.] O Noun the common people, mob, rabble

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